Freak Flag Fest (FFF) brings together art, music, food and friends. FFF celebrates the independent underground art and music scene that we've been aware of / part of / around for the last 20 years. Let your freak flag fly, and remember why we love this town.
FFF is sonic, video, projection and installation art, plus awesomely discordant music loud and quiet. FFF is homemade vegan treats inspired by queer hippies. FFF is a totally legal underground rock show revival for all, from legit youth to the somewhat middle-aged. There will be chairs and drinks and inflatables.
$20, Door 6pm, show 6:30pm
$20, Door 3pm, film starts prompty at 4pm
$15, Door 3pm, show 4pm
$50 Father's Day Brunch (12-2pm) + stay for the show
Full Fest Pass (3 days)
Celebrating all New York underground film, from highbrow films made by academics, to no-budget trash made by scoundrels.
The programming will run the gamut from live 16mm multi-projector presentations to a multi-media installation from a venerated NYC film workshop and journal to a living VHS museum/lounge to one very strange feature film.
Screenings will play between musical acts, all screening times are approximate.
Various family friendly films and projections will screen throughout the day, in between sets.
DOPPELGÄNGER is a curatorial venture that actively promotes distinct perspectives within the emerging contemporary arts landscape.
For Freak Flag Fest, both artists will be building site specific, interactive projection-based installations.
By Harry Rosenblum and Fred Hua (Nha Minh) a Vegetarian Cafe offer treats focused on fermented foods inspired by Tennessee commune cultures
Fifth Hammer Beer, Brooklyn Kura Sake, Red Hook Wine, and Brooklyn Cider House Expect fresh lightly fermented non-alcoholic beverages and teas as well.
FOR LIVE STREAM FUTURE FM BROADCAST
This event is being streamed live on Wave Farm's Standing Wave Radio, and recorded for future broadcast on Wave Farm's WGXC 90.7-FM in New York's Upper Hudson Valley.
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